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Obama to meet executives, go to Pennsylvania for fiscal push

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au contraire

“Forever Is Promised To No One”

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#27 Nov 27, 2012
Dane Thorsen wrote:
How sad for the millions who trusted Obama to be worth re=-election. He isn't even staying in Washington to work on our problems. More ranting and raving to greedy union thug audiences.
He certainly is making fools of voters whose only crime was trusting him to be worthy of a second term. How sad for our children. How sad for us all.
The republicans told him today that the election was over, quit campaigning and come face the problems he promised to fix.

au contraire

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#28 Nov 27, 2012
Politics is the gentle art of getting votes from the poor and campaign funds from the rich, by promising to protect each from the other.

~ Oscar Ameringer

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#29 Nov 28, 2012
OneRyder wrote:
FauxNews still thinks Romney will win by a landslide. Just need to wait for the Karl Rove to call that guy in Toledo to confirm his vote......don't call this thing yet.
lol....I love it.
Obama to congress: I need a bigger candy bag. Obama promised Ms. Vanzant that he would make sure everything was taken care of..........she said yesterday that nothing has been done for her marina. Typical Obama, promise much, do little.
conservative crapola

Orefield, PA

#30 Nov 28, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
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lejimcrow to rugby:'Your win is in the bag.'

Yeah, dumbo, your colostomy bag.

hahahahahahahahahaha
Dane Thorsen

AOL

#31 Nov 28, 2012
conservative crapola wrote:
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lejimcrow to rugby:'Your win is in the bag.'
Yeah, dumbo, your colostomy bag.
hahahahahahahahahaha
Amen. America voted to fail our Country and our families. It is a stunning victory for the Pelosian Elites.
Bow down Losers. Big Brother is Here to stay.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#32 Nov 28, 2012
Dane Thorsen wrote:
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Amen. America voted to fail our Country and our families. It is a stunning victory for the Pelosian Elites.
Bow down Losers. Big Brother is Here to stay.
the future rulers of this country will forever be blacks and mexicans....white folks have 2 kids or less per family, blacks have 6-8 (more welfare) and mexicans have 6-8 (they are catholic) so the math will kick in and you can see the future....it ain't a pretty site either, as both the black and the mexicans are not quite qualified to run what was once the leader of the free world.

“Open your eyes”

Since: Sep 09

Central Florida

#33 Nov 28, 2012
inbred Genius wrote:
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the future rulers of this country will forever be blacks and mexicans....white folks have 2 kids or less per family, blacks have 6-8 (more welfare) and mexicans have 6-8 (they are catholic) so the math will kick in and you can see the future....it ain't a pretty site either, as both the black and the mexicans are not quite qualified to run what was once the leader of the free world.
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm no.

The future rulers of this country will be the same rulers we have today. The multi national corporations that own the politicians through bribes and pay offs aka Campaign Contributions.

And if you need proof, just look at who contributed to both campaigns. Hedging their bets for whoever won.

au contraire

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#34 Nov 28, 2012
inbred Genius wrote:
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the future rulers of this country will forever be blacks and mexicans....white folks have 2 kids or less per family, blacks have 6-8 (more welfare) and mexicans have 6-8 (they are catholic) so the math will kick in and you can see the future....it ain't a pretty site either, as both the black and the mexicans are not quite qualified to run what was once the leader of the free world.
Maybe in 2000 years, Columbus will come back and discover America, since it appears we are starting our decline early, and not a fiddler in the bunch.

au contraire

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#35 Nov 28, 2012
Kahoki wrote:
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Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm no.
The future rulers of this country will be the same rulers we have today. The multi national corporations that own the politicians through bribes and pay offs aka Campaign Contributions.
And if you need proof, just look at who contributed to both campaigns. Hedging their bets for whoever won.
When the left destroys the wealth, who will buy the corporations goods and services?
Eric Gustafson

Yorktown, VA

#36 Nov 28, 2012
au contraire wrote:
<quoted text>You confuse me, are you trying to come up with some type of an excuse for Obama's rejection of help for the Benghazi men that were killed.
What rejection of a request for help? You're repeating the conspiracy Alert distributed by the Conservative Network Mis-information center.

Benghazi and other mythical conspiracies are a manufactured crisis by Fox and the other public relation arms of the Conservative wing to ensure some degree of relevancy with their base.

The information source for this tabloid reporting has no credibility or legitimacy as journalist.

Every official questioned on Benghazi has debunked that lie, of any request for help, and being ordered to stand down.

This is as bizarre as John McCain having the gull of questioning the intelligence and qualifications of Susan Rice, a Rhoades Scholar, and McCain barely completed the Naval Academy. How much more pathetic can a irrelevant senator look than chasing a 4 year old vendetta?
Eric Gustafson

Yorktown, VA

#37 Nov 28, 2012
au contraire wrote:
<quoted text>The republicans told him today that the election was over, quit campaigning and come face the problems he promised to fix.
The problem is tax revenues as low as 14% and over spending within the Defense Department, this anxiety over these problems and the mythical fiscal cliff can be resolved Jan 1 by doing nothing and allowing the automatic cuts and roll back to the Clinton policies take shape.

The problem isn't complicated, it was clearly defined during the 2012 Campaign that saw Obama win 53% of the vote on his way to a landslide victory.
Sue Robbins

AOL

#38 Nov 28, 2012
Eric Gustafson wrote:
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What rejection of a request for help? You're repeating the conspiracy Alert distributed by the Conservative Network Mis-information center.
Benghazi and other mythical conspiracies are a manufactured crisis by Fox and the other public relation arms of the Conservative wing to ensure some degree of relevancy with their base.
The information source for this tabloid reporting has no credibility or legitimacy as journalist.
Every official questioned on Benghazi has debunked that lie, of any request for help, and being ordered to stand down.
This is as bizarre as John McCain having the gull of questioning the intelligence and qualifications of Susan Rice, a Rhoades Scholar, and McCain barely completed the Naval Academy. How much more pathetic can a irrelevant senator look than chasing a 4 year old vendetta?
Every one needs to shut up about the Benghazi Murders. Fed. Affirmative Action laws demand that we don't expect as much common sense or effective leadership from Pres. Obama as we would a White President. It's the Law.
Eric Gustafson

Yorktown, VA

#39 Nov 28, 2012
au contraire wrote:
<quoted text>When the left destroys the wealth, who will buy the corporations goods and services?
Who's purchasing those same goods and services now, some 4 years after the Republicans policies cause the failure and complete collapse of the American Economy and Financial System?

“Open your eyes”

Since: Sep 09

Central Florida

#40 Nov 28, 2012
au contraire wrote:
<quoted text>When the left destroys the wealth, who will buy the corporations goods and services?
The left versus right, D versus R argument is a false argument. It accomplishes nothing.

Our country was bought and paid for a long time ago. By definition is it Fascism. The merger of state of corporate powers. Also known as Corportism. The multi-national corporations own the politicians, own the government, own the media and can dictate what news and information we get.

The massive multi-national corporations spend billions of dollars every year for lobbying and getting the laws and tax codes to benefit them.

Perfect example of this is General Electric. Look at the money they spent in Lobbying the Bush administration to create a law where we had to use specific light bulbs. Of course, these were light bulbs that they made. Then look at the amount of money they spent in Lobbying the Obama administration for solar panel manufacturing in Indonesia.

In 2010 General Electric made $14B. Paid $0 in taxes and actually got subsidized by the government.

How did we the people benefit? We didn't. We went into more debt to pay the subsidy to GE.

Fascism.

“Open your eyes”

Since: Sep 09

Central Florida

#41 Nov 28, 2012
Eric Gustafson wrote:
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Who's purchasing those same goods and services now, some 4 years after the Republicans policies cause the failure and complete collapse of the American Economy and Financial System?
*sigh*

Oh look another one that is spewing more untruth.

If you want to put blame on the current situation with the economy and debt, you need to begin to realize that is is both the Republican's and the Democrat's.

Those who do not remember history are deemed to repeat it. Learn your history.

Start with Off shoring of jobs under Johnson and Nixon, then go to changing the economy from manufacturing to consumer based under Carter, then the borrow at interest under Reagan, continue to the repeal of Glass Steagle under Clinton, then the deregulation under baby boy Bush, then end with Obama's borrowing at interest to private banks.

To think that D's or R's can fix the problem they have created is insanity.

“Open your eyes”

Since: Sep 09

Central Florida

#42 Nov 28, 2012
Eric Gustafson wrote:
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The problem is tax revenues as low as 14% and over spending within the Defense Department, this anxiety over these problems and the mythical fiscal cliff can be resolved Jan 1 by doing nothing and allowing the automatic cuts and roll back to the Clinton policies take shape.
The problem isn't complicated, it was clearly defined during the 2012 Campaign that saw Obama win 53% of the vote on his way to a landslide victory.
Those are only symptoms of the problem. Not the root cause.

The root cause of our economical problem is the currency itself. A debt based currency which is in essence an IOU to a bank. Then the control of the issuance and quantity of the money.

When you answer that problem, then the economy can be fixed. Addressing only symptoms of the problem will not fix the problem. Maybe postpone the pending collapse, but, that is all.

au contraire

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Since: Nov 12

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#43 Nov 28, 2012
Eric Gustafson wrote:
<quoted text>
What rejection of a request for help? You're repeating the conspiracy Alert distributed by the Conservative Network Mis-information center.
Benghazi and other mythical conspiracies are a manufactured crisis by Fox and the other public relation arms of the Conservative wing to ensure some degree of relevancy with their base.
The information source for this tabloid reporting has no credibility or legitimacy as journalist.
Every official questioned on Benghazi has debunked that lie, of any request for help, and being ordered to stand down.
This is as bizarre as John McCain having the gull of questioning the intelligence and qualifications of Susan Rice, a Rhoades Scholar, and McCain barely completed the Naval Academy. How much more pathetic can a irrelevant senator look than chasing a 4 year old vendetta?
Are you claiming that Benghazi didn't happen and that four people were not killed. The White House watched it in real time. Couldn't Obama put his basketball down long enough to make a decision? No help was sent, so tell us why was help not sent when ask for?
Eric Gustafson

Yorktown, VA

#44 Nov 28, 2012
We can remember before Bush and the Republican regime debt wasn't part of the national debate. We are talking about budget surpluses prior to 2001.

you remember something different?
Kahoki wrote:
<quoted text>
*sigh*
Oh look another one that is spewing more untruth.
If you want to put blame on the current situation with the economy and debt, you need to begin to realize that is is both the Republican's and the Democrat's.
Those who do not remember history are deemed to repeat it. Learn your history.
Start with Off shoring of jobs under Johnson and Nixon, then go to changing the economy from manufacturing to consumer based under Carter, then the borrow at interest under Reagan, continue to the repeal of Glass Steagle under Clinton, then the deregulation under baby boy Bush, then end with Obama's borrowing at interest to private banks.
To think that D's or R's can fix the problem they have created is insanity.
Eric Gustafson

Yorktown, VA

#45 Nov 28, 2012
au contraire wrote:
<quoted text>Are you claiming that Benghazi didn't happen and that four people were not killed. The White House watched it in real time. Couldn't Obama put his basketball down long enough to make a decision? No help was sent, so tell us why was help not sent when ask for?
This is absurd, what we watched was the Burning of Washington DC and New York City, and the circus that developed afterwards that sent 4000 troops into Iraq for no purpose to die.
Eric Gustafson

Yorktown, VA

#46 Nov 28, 2012
Sue Robbins wrote:
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Every one needs to shut up about the Benghazi Murders. Fed. Affirmative Action laws demand that we don't expect as much common sense or effective leadership from Pres. Obama as we would a White President. It's the Law.
I agree, even Barbra Bush knew her one child with developmental disabilities should have never been elected President. Look at the trouble pandering to political correctness got us into.

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